Exchange Club of Sebastian introduces 2022-2023 Officers/Board of Directors

2022 Sebastian Exchange Club Board of Directors Board of Directors
2022 Sebastian Exchange Club Board of Directors Board of Directors

The Exchange Club of Sebastian has introduced the 2022-2023 Officers/Board of Directors installed into office during its Installation Dinner at Capt. Hirams Resort on June 29, 2022.

They took office on July 1, 2022.

Here are the officers:

  • President Fred Jones
  • President-Elect Susan Baran
  • Secretary Eva Chapman
  • Treasurer Diana Best
  • Past President Johnathan Rhodeback

Directors for a two-year term:

  • Phil Barnes
  • Karen McElveen
  • Scott Thiel

Directors for a one-year term:

  • Kathy Burns
  • Terry Gardner
  • Michelle Morris

The officers and board of directors are tasked with guiding the Sebastian Exchange Club in serving the community, supporting youth achievements/activities, promoting Americanism, and working diligently to prevent child abuse. 

As in years past, this board will lead in distributing the profit from their annual Sebastian Exchange Foundation Blue Water Open Charity Offshore Fishing Tournament, which took place in early June. 

This year’s tournament raised over $77,000, given to worthwhile non-profit organizations in the community that fall within the club’s pillars of service. 

The Sebastian Exchange Club was established in the early 1980s by a group of people who wanted to serve their community. 

The club is proud to have two charter members: Rene Van DeVoorde and Dr. Jeff Slade. The Exchange Club of Sebastian meets every Wednesday, except the first Wednesday of each month, at noon at Capt. Hiram’s Resort. 

If you are a conscientious individual interested in making your community a better place to reside, consider joining them for lunch. Visitors are always welcome. For more information, visit their Facebook page.


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